If you are an audio book fan, you may know more about Audible. Audible is the exclusive supplier of online / Internet audiobook content to Amazon and iTunes. And the audio books you download from audible are .aa or aax format with digital rights management (DRM). Audible's content therefore can only be played on selected mobile devices and used on up to three computers at a time.
If you have tried to transfer the audible content to your MP3 players and failed before, take comfort in the fact that audio books of audible are not compitable with MP3 players directly before converting successfully.
How to bypass DRM protection of AA audiobooks purchased from iTunes Store or Audible.com and convert AA to MP3?
And how to convert aax to MP3 so that you can playing them on common MP3 players like Zune, Sony Walkman, etc? Next you will find the easiest way to get it done with Macsome Audiobook Converter.
Now let's focus on how to finish the conversion at fast speed with the professional aax to MP3 converter.
Note: please make sure you have already installed the iTunes and Macsome Audio book Converter.
Step 1. Add the audio files to convert.
Run the software and click Add Audiobook button in the upper-left corner of the window and check on the aax files you want to convert.
Step 2. Set output format and set the output path.
Click Profile drop-down button to choose the wanted output profile in the Output File format drop-down list, here we choose Customized MP3.
Step 3. Split big audio book to small ones(optional).
With Macsome Audiobook Converter, you can choose "Split" button to cut the big audiobook files into several small pieces by duration, file size or chapters.
Step 4. Start the Conversion.
Check the wanted files in the file list and click Convert button to start the converting.
During Converting progress, you can click Stop Convert button to stop the conversion. After conversion, click History option to find the converted file.